THE Brunton in Musselburgh is alive with music, movies and ballet this month.

Sweet Caroline – dubbed the “ultimate tribute” to singing star Neil Diamond – can be enjoyed tomorrow (Friday).

Starring tribute artist Gary Ryan, as seen on Stars in Their Eyes, the show is a musical journey celebrating 50 years of Diamond’s music.

From Brooklyn to Hollywood, Neil Diamond has left a legacy of songs which have been covered by a number of great vocalists. His repertoire spans a variety of genres, from the reggae of Red Red Wine through the country of Cracklin’ Rosie and the Hollywood music of The Jazz Singer.

The audience can enjoy hits such as Forever In Blue Jeans, America, Love On The Rocks and Sweet Caroline.

Meanwhile, Mick Fleetwood and friends can be seen on the big screen this Saturday.

With a line-up featuring Neil Finn (Crowded House), Noel Gallagher (Oasis), Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), David Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Kirk Hammett (Metallica), Jonny Lang, John Mayall, Christine McVie (Fleetwood Mac), Pete Townshend (The Who), Steven Tyler (Aerosmith) and Bill Wyman (The Rolling Stones), this unique concert was captured at The London Palladium on February 25, 2020.

Directed by award-winning concert director Martyn Atkins, the cinema event will be preceded by an introduction from Mick Fleetwood plus exclusive rehearsal footage and interviews with some of the featured artists. Legendary sound producer Glynn Johns, who produced albums for The Who, The Rolling Stones, Eagles and Led Zeppelin, takes charge of the audio production.

On Tuesday, Northern Ballet’s retelling of Dangerous Liaisons is performed and filmed by their dancers in a cinema first, telling the story of two bored aristocrats who spin a web of heartbreak in 18th-century France.

Set to Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, it can be watched on the big screen.

The midweek movie on Wednesday is Supernova (15), starring Academy Award winner Colin Firth and Academy Award nominee Stanley Tucci as Sam and Tusker on a nostalgic roadtrip through autumnal landscapes, visiting friends, family and places from their past in their old campervan.

Scottish Opera visit the following day (see story left), while next Thursday (September 16) also offers a chance to enjoy the hit music of Lionel Richie and The Commodores.

Following his recent appearances with Lionel Richie himself on ITV’s Sunday Night At The Palladium and the Graham Norton Show for the BBC, Malcolm Pitt performs in this high-octane show with hits such as Dancing On The Ceiling, Hello, Three Times A Lady, Easy and All Night Long.

Full information about all these events can be found at

Tickets can be bought directly through The Brunton’s website or via its new box office telephone number 0131 653 5245, open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.